In 2004, the independent film comedy Hug the Shrugs successfully debuted at the Black Point Film Festival in Lake Geneva and caused a huge sensation. Fitting in with the theme of the movie, the real life Danger broke up shortly after and the film unfairly sank into oblivion. View it now and follow journalist Nathan Black as he follows the legendary band known as The Shrugs – the first and only “carport band” in the history of rock music.
Featuring Brad’s quirky script as the backbone, the film guest stars Cynthia Plaster Caster and some inspired improv by the real-life Kenosha band, The Danger. As the infamous Bonyata Brothers were involved: Tony directing, and Phil as cinematographer, Hug the Shrugs captures the era of the garage band resurgence of the early 2000s with cutting edge humor.
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